My practice focuses on archiving and documentation. Topics include home, environment, the passage of time, relationships, current affairs and neuroscience. I explore them through installations, assemblages, documentary photography, drawing, writing and collecting. Most of the materials for my art are sourced from my immediate surroundings. Walking is an essential part of my practice. I also exhibit site specific work with the tenthirtyart group.
The Art and Science aspect of my work addresses the possible relationship between art and neurodiversity, a normal but different wiring of the brain experienced by a minority of the population. Do various types of neurodiversity inform art practice differently, and if so, how? As this is a fairly unresearched field, my MA dissertation has identified possibilities for further interdisciplinary investigation.